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colby, great to have you with us. >> eric: i'm eric sean, welcome to america's headquarters, the stakes are huge, midterm elections less than 60 days we and democratic control of the house and the senate on the line and this may be the president's last chance to convince voters, that party can turn the economy around, as the unemployment rate spiked at 9.6% this past week despite the stimulus and other administration spending programs. julie kirtz, live in washington with the latest. good morning, julie. what do you expect we can hear from the president on the economy this week. >> as you said the economy is the central issue of the midterms and the president, hits the road with the series of the economic events including trips to swing states, part of the big pre-election push to revive the economy, as well as in november and he'll be in milwaukee on monday and cleveland on wednesday. and for what aids say is a major speech on the economy. he'll end his week back at the white house with the news conference and it is aim at getting people to back and cowering republicans who say his pol
more handy man tips and want to thank hsb bavaria or dancing. >> eric: this is a "fox news alert." the middle east peace talks launched at the white house less than a month ago right now at a critical moment. a crucial deadline is eight hours away and the count down has begun, live pictures of the west bank where there is a freeze on building israeli housing, that freeze is set to run out at midnight. and, as the clock ticks down the bulldozers and heavy equipment are ready to rev up into action and start their building again. and, what if that happens? could the peace talks collapse? will the palestinians walk? palestinian leader mahmoud abbas and netanyahu trying to keep the peace talks from collapsing. will there be a deal? good morning, i'm eric sean. >> jamie: i'm jamie colby, good have you here, welcome to neighboring's music headquart--s news headquarters. the talks are considered to be successful, at 50/50. tell us what is happening right now. >> reporter: of course the ten-month settlement freeze ends in about eight hours that's sun goes down here on the west bank, const
him in the primary, and ash anouned she was jumping back into the race. >> eric: i'm eric sean, welcome to america's news headquarters, joe miller beat incumbent lisa murkowski, in the tight primary race, and that came down to counting the absentee ballots and senator murkowski recently saying she's getting back into the general election, as a write-in candidate. >> i listened. and i listened to alaskans who said, lisa, please, please give us that choice because they told me, we cannot accept is the extremist views of joe miller, and we cannot -- [cheers and applause]. >> will not... [cheers and applause]. >> we can't. [cheers and applause]. >> eric: what does it mean for the race and for tea partiers nationwide? coming up in a few minutes, we'll bring you joe miller's first response to the senator's comments. fox news sunday host anchor, chris wallace will join us live. jamie? >> jamie: tea party groups, eric, hope for another big win, a race they are hoping for, the kentucky race and backing rand paul, an ophthalmologist in his race against jack conway, rand paul joins us liv
after the midterm elections. eric nasa new york representative may have only joined congress in january 2009 but my march of 2010 he was already under investigation by the house ethics committee. the married democrats there were rumored he prom significances and even groped some of the young staffers. they gave massa an ultimatum and soon after they announced his resignation. much like illinois the empire state governor is not without his share of dirty laundry. they started investigating eliot spitzer for suspicious bank transfers. one year later he was linked to a high priced prostitution ring which he patronized he went to in order to meet among others ashley dupree. he publicly apologized and 7 days later apologized. >> i thought it was the right thing to do. >> scandal did not vacate spitzer who was repeated by david patterson. in 2010 the new york times revealed david johnson had a record of alleged ality indications with women and felony drug arrests as a teen. addison suspended jovrn son and stated he was realistic about quote an accumulation about obstacles about this. >> i giv
of little boys solidified a lifelong bond. little kid named eric house, for example. here's another, hank hendricks. like any pack, people, wolves, you name it, they gravitated to their alpha male, a strapping big kid named seth craven who happened to be the 13th of his parents' 14 children. a charismatic child, said his father bill. >> he was very outgoing. as a child, when anybody he would meet, he has these very pretty eyes. and that has been an attraction. >> reporter: jenny grosso, who later became emery's girlfriend was friendly with seth in middle school. >> there was a group of us that would just hang out and come eat sandwiches after school in my garage and listen to the 'n sync cd and, you know, we were kids. >> reporter: but emery's younger brother nigel saw a different side of seth craven. >> the first day i met him, he tried to fight me. sixth grade. this guy's been a bully since he was a kid. >> reporter: a bully? well, perspective can change a lot of things about the way you see a person. in those early years the little boys bunched together on their tee-ball games an on th
eric decided to call it home. >> it was kind of untouched area. people who had invested in the tourism industry. >> it was a developed resort and then created the magazine. >> it was called el puite. life was good for eric. he begin date ago beautiful local woman. >> we had a romantic relationship for about a year and eventually i moved the headquarters of the magazine to the capitol of nicaragua. relationship ended and we remained friends. we talked on the phone pretty regularly. >> within one day in 2006, everything changed. it began as a regular day. eric was in the office with all of his employees. >> he probably had meetings with eight to 12 people and gets the phone call saying his ex-girlfriend has been murdered in del sur. >> he made the two to three hour drive to the crime scene, making calls and picking up doris' father on the way. >> the mother and sisters and cousins, we all mourned the death together. >> reporter: after the funeral he went to the police station to question them about the investigation. that is when he was handcuffed, thrown behind bars without access to fr
. in 2004 a young american named eric decided to call it home. >> it was kind of untouched area. people who had invested in the tourism industry. >> it was a developed resort and then created the magazine. >> it was called el puite. life was good for eric. he begin date ago beautiful local woman. >> we had a romantic relationship for about a year and eventually i moved the headquarters of the magazine to the capitol of nicaragua. relationship ended and we remained friends. we talked on the phone pretty regularly. >> within one day in 2006, everything changed. it began as a regular day. eric was in the office with all of his employees. >> he probably had meetings with eight to 12 people and gets the phone call saying his ex-girlfriend has been murdered in del sur. >> he made the two to three hour drive to the crime scene, making calls and picking up doris' father on the way. >> the mother and sisters and cousins, we all mourned the death together. >> reporter: after the funeral he went to the police station to question them about the investigation. that is when he was handcuffed, thrown behi
of health problems but apparently only for a price. good morning, everyone. i'm eric shawn and welcome to "america's news headquarters." >> hi, everyone. great to have you here. jamie colby. her release is contingent it's being reported on posting a halfil million dollars bail. julie kirtz is live in washinhigon follog.wing the sto since early this morning. julie, where's that money supposed to come e from? have we confirmed that report? >> well, i spoke with representatives of sar shourd's family. they would not get into the money aspect ofthis. they said that the swiss embassy in iran is working on makinti that bail happen on posting that bail. they also told me this morning that the family, of coure, as you might imagine is closely monitoring all the developments out of iran today, concerning the hiker's status and that they are now very hopeful that she will be released. they don't have a tny dates, though, that they would release to me. anyway. we've heard from both the senior prosecutor today in iran that she'll be allowed to leave iran if she posts that half a million dollar b
on this thursday at 5:00. thanks for joining us. i'm kristen sze. >> i'm eric thomas. in the news this morning bulldozers will fan out through the san bruno neighborhood devastated by a natural gas explosion and fire. officials say it's time to begin removing the demolished homes. jenelle wang is live in san bruno with more on the story. >> cleanup crews will start coming in at 8:00 this morning to clean out all the debris at this disaster site. they're expected to be here the next four to six weeks. the first job to remove close to two dozen charred cars so they can get the heavy machinery in. then remove debris from the hot zones first. 34 homes to be cleared but could be more later. the cost is about 30 to $40,000 for each job site. for the victims that lost everything, still a lot of questions as the bills pile up. >> as far as insurance. >> what we all went through -- i don't know when that healing process starts to begin. we're still numb. >> as cleanup continues, water trucks will continue to water down the ash to reduce any toxic levels. the san jose county health department has brough
. let's get to. bulls and bears, gary b smith, tobin smith. jonas max ferris, eric bolling and strategist keith murphy. eric, bottom line, can the economy afford the wait? >> no, brenda, why wait at all? right now, we need answers right now, we need solid tax structure and need to know where taxes are right now. that's why small businesses aren't hiring, they're not sure what's going on and what's going to happen in the future and they need these bush tax cuts to be extended right now, not later, not after we find out who wins the election. because the economy right now is at a very critical point. it could turn rnd an and get better, or you know, we risk another double dip recession which would be terrible, extend them now or all bets are off. >> and haven't business leaders and consumers been waiting long enough to find out to get rid of this uncertainty about their, about their tax future? >> well, i actually agree that double digi democrats should have taken action now. we need to get rid, to show the country and the world we're on the bath to restoring fiscal standty a
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, because of penalties and taxes. but tonight's "money file" has a slightly different view. here's eric schurenberg, editor- in-chief at bnet.com and editorial director at cbsmoneywatch.com. >> in the past 12 months, one in every nine 401(k) participants has borrowed from his or her retirement plan. that's more people raiding nest eggs than at any time in the past 10 years, and it has occasioned all kinds of hand- wringing from financial advisers. now i'd be the last guy to encourage you to borrow unnecessarily. but sometimes you need a loan, and these days, a 401(k) might be your best source. with minimal fees and no credit check, you can borrow up to half your vested stash, or $50,000. the interest is around 4.25% these days. best of all, you pay the that interest back into your own account-- you pay yourself, in other words. so you could reach retirement with as much in your 401(k) as if you'd never borrowed, but you have to be disciplined. first, make sure you've weighed the alternatives. if you're borrowing for college, check out government- sponsored student loans or home equity l
for waking up early and joining us. i'm eric thomas. >> i'm kristen sze. let's begin with new comments from president obama about a florida minister planning to engage in a quran burning protest to mark the september 11th terrorist attacks. in an exclusive 101 interview with "good morning america," a growing number of critics asking for the pastor to reconsider. >> i hope he listens to those better angels and understands that this is a destructive act that he's engaging in. >> republican sarah palin joined conservative, democrats religious leaders and military officials in urging jones to cancel the burning of the muslim holy book. terry mcsweeney joins us now with the bay area's reaction. >> local religious leaders are calling on the reverend jones to not desecrate the holy book of islam while some local muslims are feeling like they're caught in the crossfire of this controversy. local faith groups got together in palo alto to call for peace and tolerance. one says she wished the world ignored jones and his congregation of just a few dozen. faith l
; cynthia reinbock, vice president, clinical services, crc health corporation, cupertino, california; eric hellmuth, director of technology and online communications, joined together, boston university school of public health, boston, massachusetts; dr. farrokh alemi, professor of health, systems administration, school of nursing and health studies, georgetown university, washington, d.c. about 23 million people throughout the country have a problem with alcohol or elicit drugs in the united states. only about 4 million of those have said that they pursued treatment. so that leaves an incredible gap, dr. alemi. what can the online services bring to the need to provide more addiction treatment services? online services can do a great deal. they can reach people that are rural. they can reach people inside cities that have difficulty commuting. i know a lot of psychiatrists that see their patients on the phone. when we talk about online, we don't just think about computers. we think about both phone and computers. but what online services do is not just reach the person. they also change the
consulted about the changes. it's 5 a.m. this thursday. thank you for inviting us into your home. i'm eric thomas. kristen is off today. autopsies are scheduled for some of the victims of a three-city killing spree. four people are dead, another is missing and the main suspect was killed in a shoot-out with the chp. terry mcsweeney is live in hercules and, terry, investigators are trying to untangle this tangled web. >> it really is tangled but they believe that a relationship gone bad was at the beginning of all of this. as a result, five people are dead. one person is missing and they still have more questions than answers. take a look at a picture of two people at the heart of the matter. 38-year-old efren valdamro. tuesday he strangered her during a high-speed chase to richmond where he was killed by chp officers. they were chasing him because of what they believe he did at a house in hercules, tran, where he lived on and off. the body of 73-year-old ricardo was found there. his 35-year-old son was missing. he's still missing. police are learning more about the suspect but are far from
for joining us. i'm eric thomas. >> i'm kristen sze. governor schwarzenegger will visit the san bruno fire site today direct from his asia trade mission. meantime e-mails received by federal investigators seem to offer no definitive evidence of neighbors smelling gas before the explosion. terry joins us live from san bruno. >> the ntsb investigators are the ones who are going to figure out exactly what happened. talk about the automatic shutoff valve and a number of other things that address those e-mail concerns. let's get to it now. vice chairman christopher hart joins me. thank you for being here. as far as finding out the cause of this explosion, what are the possibilities and what is the process? >> i won't speculate as to what might have caused it but the pieces, three pieces of pipe will be arriving in the washington d.c. metalergy lab tomorrow. in other words, did the give because of fatigue. contraction, did that cause fatigue, like bending a coat hanger back and forth before it broke. could it be corrosion, for example, impact damage from excavation. we'll look at all those cause
why. most importantly, safety for all the people up and down the east coast. eric in for steve doocy. >> thank you. good to be here. >> money rocks guy here. >> that's right. that's right. >> so good to see you in person and you go through a tough transition in your career. tie or no tie? i mean, you look natural. >> listen, i was all for the tie, you know. they said when management says you don't really need a tie if you don't want it. i said deal, you got it. >> if i did wear a tie, i would probably wear that one. >> swedish colors, brian had fun. >> i'm not talking about the swedes. >> you might be forced to. let's get to that fox news alert. hurricane earl category 3 storm downgraded from a 4. tourists on north carolina's island are already being told to evacuate. craig boswell live for us in the outer banks with all the developing details. good morning to you, craig. >> and good morning to you, yeah, downgraded. kind of a relative term. only 10 miles per hour. still a category 3 at 125 miles per hour. people are being urged, you know, prepare for the worst. hope for the best. a
they saw eric foreman should the victim at this park at a distance and then two times from close range. the third witness told police he later heard fuhrman say he took off with only 60 bucks. a person said he wanted to be in court today to see the person accused of killing his close friend. >> we want closure. >> one month after neil godleski was shot and killed at sherman circle, the accused killer was arrested. eric foreman was arraigned and charged with felony murder. it is a relief for many neighbors tonight. >> has been disturbing and unnerving. as a single wireman, i use this park to walk. >> he was riding his bike home from work. >> we want to make sure that there is closure. bmi did he show any remorse to you? >> i do not think i saw any of that. >> eric foreman was stoic. he quietly repeated his name. his attorney had no comment. the police chief said the motive that night was or robbery. >> we have knowledge that he had association with a gang. >> the affidavit rabat -- reveals a sherman was shot six times with a gun that we used by a gang member used in a shooting that day
. eric, enough with the "star wars" crap. whenever you talk about that stuff, i frown, and when i frown, my skin wrinkles, and if i get wrinkles, my free ride is over, and i like my free ride. yeah, we get it. you're good-looking. look, doesn't anybody have anything new to say? so there's this car that runs on water, man. it runs on water, man! okay, nina, i brought you the special-- one small soda, one medium popcorn and one large fez, dark and sweet. fez, you know i've had a lot of fun hanging out with you. 37 tons of fun, to be exact. it would have been 38, but, you know, and then, again, i apologize. now enjoy your meal. if you need me, i'll be smelling your neck. fez, i'm starting to feel like i need some space, but i want you to know it's not you, it's me. okay, well, i guess tonight i'll be doing number 12,377 of the other thing. that's sorta gross. hey, it may be gross, but that's the way i learned how to count. captioning made possible by carsey-werner distribution, llc. ♪ hangin' out ♪ down the street ♪ the same old thing ♪ we did last week ♪ not a thing to do ♪ bu
a tie, making the mayor look bad. and eric for his great support and the great work he's doing down here. [applause] thank you. >> i always feel like any more a privileged position, because i also work with carlos very closely on the school board and i'm also a parent of a middle schooler and a high schooler. so if i find them at tark, they will be if a lot of trouble. i'm grateful, though, that there will be folks like all of you that are out there look out for kids like mine that just, you know, thought that today was a beautiful day and wanted to go hang out. so tark will really focus on our chronic and habitual truants, and we'll also be able to redirect students so they don't get into that pattern of not being in school. i want to thank our deputy chief of staff, who was really instrumental in bringing all of this together. [applause] i think the mayor has made it extremely clear in our office that truancy is a priority, so all of us have gotten deeply involved in it. christine worked ve with eric to make sure that the merchants were aware of what we were doing. she came out and spo
know that oftentimes david and eric talk about being confused for one another. i am sad to say that i have been confused for one of them, too. it has been a big pleasure for me to work with other colleagues who are also representing the asian american community. more than anything i am prow that -- produced that we represent diverse communities. we have come a long way because of that. we have folks who are very low income, high income, business owners and tenants. our community is so diverse because we have so many different languages, and the more reputation we have, the better. i am pleased to stand here with my colleagues, and thank you very much for beal here. [applause] >> good evening. i want to thank all of you for being a part of such an incredible a.p.a. community. we really represent the oldest asian communities in the country, the largest asian communities in the country and the most significant asian communities in the country. it is because of all of the work you do in this room that the three of us are here to represent what is wonderful about the diversity of san franc
on saturday night. drying out in time for the big game sunday night. eric thomas, how's the traffic? >> good morning, the university boulevard eastbound at dennis avenue is getting better. the accident allows one lane getting by eastbound. westbound all of the lanes are open. utility work will continue because there's a crash that brought down the pole and wires. let's look at what's going on in the beltway. very low volume, not seeing any kind of problems here on the beltway. looks as though things are moving pretty well. we are dealing with road construction on the inner loop around here between 123 and the toll road before you get to the american legion bridge. getting through with possible stoppages that are going to continue until, well probably getting picked up about now. 95 northbound in virginia, seeing everybody moving well but the growing volume. back to you in the studio. >>> we're following a developing story out of northern california this morning where a massive fire ball is still burning out of control in the middle of a residential town in san bruno, a neighborhood south of
traffic report. >> it is 6 a.m. on this thursday morning. thank you so much for joining us. i'm eric thomas. kristen is off today. police think they may have zeroed in on a motive on a three-city killing spree that claimed at least four lives and the prime suspect in the case was killed himself tuesday night in the a shoot without with police. officers are also still looking for another potential victim. terry mcsweeney is live in hercules. and, terry, when you add in explosives to this mixture, you have quite a tangle. >> yeah, you really do. police are trying to figure out how it all fits together. they think they've got a motive for two of the killings but as far as the bodies in vallejo and the explosives, that investigation is wide open. take a look at the two people at the heart of the matter. 38-year-old valdamro, 46-year-old cindy tran. police say she had dumped him a few weeks ago and police say tuesday night he strangled her during a high-speed chase. she says she was on the phone at the time before she was strangled saying she had been kidnapped. she was killed there. they
. >> good friday morning. thank you for joining us. i'm eric thomas. kristen is off today. topping our news, the latest twist in a bizarre multiple murder case will take police to a pittsburgh landfill later today. they will look for evidence in the disappearance of a hercules man whose father and three other people were murdered. terry mcsweeney is live in hercules. terry, all these crimes lead back to one man. >> lead back to one man indeed. police from here in hercules heading to a landfill in pittsburgh to search for the body of frederick salas missing since saturday. the 35-year-old salas was last seen at his house in hercules, a house where murder suspect 38 efren valdamoro, he lived there on and off. last saturday they found the father's body, rick salas. they fought the week before. one officer wrote i saw ricardo on tap of valdamoro lying face down on the floor. valdamoro was completely naked. it may have been over 46 cindy tran, valdamoro's girlfriend who he killed tuesday in richmond before chp officers killed him. frederick salas coworkers are hoping for closure. >> they're very
that fog out there. thanks for joining us. i'm eric thomas. >> i'm kristen sze. california voters have a clearer picture today of their two main choices for governor. last night democratic jerry brown and republican meg whitman drew a sharp contrast in their first of three debates. >> even though their styles are different, the two actually have several things in common. candidate jerry brown and meg whitman went into their debate in a virtual tie and came out virtually the same way. the polls have yet to be released. on the issues they also agree. both would protect colleges and universities from higher fees. both would enforce the death penalty. the debate lasted just under an hour at u.c. davis. the first question was how they would fix california's dysfunctional budget. >> first of all you gotta live within your means. i mean, they started spending money, we had a boom and wall street was going and dot-com and all that, then it collapses. well, you gotta reset. reset 15%, 18%. i authorized by my legal opinion an 18% reduction in the governor's salary, the legislators' salary and my
>> thanks to eric bolling from filling in? >> yes, i'm going to do bulls and bears right now. >> all right, see you tomorrow on "fox & friends".." >> the party after the party. gaining the huge win for tea party candidates this week, will turn into a big wind to extend everyone tax cuts this year. wooer' already seeing more democrats hop on the tax cutting band wagon. so will the tea party victories be a victory for all taxpayers? hi, everyone, i'm brenda buttner, this is bulls and bears, let's get right to it. the bulls and bears this week, gary b smith, tobin smith. jonas max ferris, eric bolling along with strategist julian epstein. eric, big win for tea party and big win for extending all tax cuts? >> i hope so and i think so. i think we saw that with the big wins in delaware and paladino, i'm sorry, and christine o'donnell and i think the next day we saw 30 or 34 the number keeps growing, the democrats coming and saying, you know what, all bush tax credits not just some of them. i think that's good news because i think the economy needs the tax credits to go forward. if
" starts right now. >> good morning, everyone. it's thursday and we have "money rocks" guy eric bolling sitting in for steve doocy today. >> ♪ money rocks >> is that music? >> i believe that's -- >> ♪ money rocks >> ♪ money rocks >> not really. but i could do the opening for your show as well. we have to talk about this hurricane, guys, because it's named earl and it's now a cat 4 storm. it's barrelling towards the eastern seaboard, 140-mile-per-hour winds, state of emergency already in work in north carolina, maryland and virginia. plus a tropical storm warning just issued for long island, new york. the storm expected to reach north carolina tonight and then head up the east coast. take a look at this picture of earl taken by nasa from the international space station. we will have a live report from north carolina and a full forecast with janice dean, the weather machine, that's all coming up during the show. >> finally the space station is paying off. >> by the way, that's a well defined storm. those things are dangerous. the surfers are out there. they shouldn't be. >> i
contributor eric erickson, author of the new book "red state uprising." and with me here, former george w. bush strategist and now national journal columnist, maureen dowd. i'll start with you, because now i have this year figured out. either the voters aren't that smart because they're not paying as much attention or you democrats need to stop whining, is that the solution? >> i think the vice president was talking about a particular phenomenon on my side of the aisle which is the left. you have a number of prognosticators saying that the president hasn't been progressive enough and at a time when we have had bold, fundamental change and other issues that have been really hard in this election cycle so i think the vice president had a real message which is you know what happens when democrats don't vote, republicans win. >> it would have been good if he had said that, but he did not say that. it's not really a good idea to blame voters right before an election, because they actually might sit at home instead of going out. >> you said a lot of polling and a lot of focus groups, when you s
of drug abuse in washington, d.c. eric nestler, through research on mice, his work his illuminated the molecular basis of drug addiction. he is chair of the department of neuroscience and director of the brain institute at mount sinai medical center here in new york. and once again, my co-host is dr. eric kandel. he is a nobel laureate, as you know by now. also a professor at columbia university and a howard hughes medical investigator and, as you also know, a great friend of this series and the man who has helped us once this miraculous organ. welcome. >> pleasure to be here as always. >> so as we go through this, as we have been gone from understanding visual perception and understanding the developing brain and the aging brain and now we come to emotion. tell me what we mean and how does the brain connect to emotion? >> well, as always, you outlined it extremely well. emotions are a family of subjective experiences, states of readiness that we all experience in response to significant people and situations in our lives and emotions are designed to enhance our opportunity for hap
it may get kind of expensive. 5:01 this labor day monday. thank you for joining us. i'm eric thomas. >> i'm kristen. topping our news, investigators will labor away for a fourth day at a pittsburgh landfill hoping to find a missing hercules man. abc 7's thomas roman is live at the landfill with the latest. >> in just about three hours homicide investigators will be combing through tons of trash and garbage here at the keller canyon landfill looking for the remains of 35-year-old frederick sales. he's the man police believe is the fifth victim in the string of murders that began last week, murders that police believe were started by motivated jealousy. investigators hope that following a lead to this pittsburgh landfill would provide them with a clue to 35-year-old frederick sales' whereabouts. eats been missing since august 26. after going through more than 3,000 tons of trash and dedegree the past three days, investigators are come up empty. >> unfortunately all the effort that they've put in for the last couple days, they have yielded no results. >> police believe sales could be the fif
6:01. thanks for joining us. i'm eric thomas. >> i'm kristen sze. homicide investigators today plan to search a pittsburg landfill for a fourth straight day hoping to turn up clues or locate the remains of a hercules man believed to be one of five victims at the hands of a single bay area man. thomas is live at the landfill with the latest. >> good morning. took investigators about a week to figure out that this might be the place where they'd find frederick sales body. they've been searching for it, the remains of frederick for the past three days and a couple hours they begin the search again. the keller canyon landfill is where investigators will continue to search for 35-year-old frederick sales who has been missing since august 26. his whereabouts led police investigators here to pits berg, the canyon landfill. investigators are combed through 3,000 tons of trash, garbage and debris looking for sales' remains. the search has not turned up any new clues. >> unfortunately all the effort they've put in the last couple days they have yielded no results. they're going to continue un
! happy friday, everyone! it's 5 a.m.. thanks for joining us. i'm eric thomas. >> i'm kristen sze. pg&e is investigating the intriguing and frightening possibility that microbes inside a gas pipe may have caused the deadly san bruno explosion two weeks ago. sounds incredulous but it's happened before. jenelle has details. >> yes, it has, kristen. ten years ago in the new mexico desert, the pipeline ruptured killing 12. investigators found pitting in the pipeline. the corroded area spread across 21 feet of the pipeline. 72% of the metal had been eaten away. the pipeline in new mexico was over 50 years old, 30 inches in diameter, the same as the one here in san bruno. the possible cause is called microbiological influence corrosion. the report came out in the san francisco chronicle this morning. basically microbes that thrive, go undetected in a tiny pool of stagnant water in a pipeline and start eating away on the metal causing it to corrode. pg&e told state regulators last year there was ongoing concern about the potential for internal corrosion on the 46-mile pipeline runs from san
secretary of sta state, stan blackwell and austin, texas, eric ericson. i want to start with this right off the bat. we may drop in if we get a shot of christine o'donnell and get a listen to her. look at this right here, this is the cover of "time" magazine which i think covers pretty good the tensions going on. tea party time, how conservative rebels are rattling the republican establishment. tom davis what is there to be worried about? >> plenty. you have a political establishment in this country in both parties that hasn't delivered any good news to americans in ten years. they elected obama, firing them and turning on anybody who has been in authority and gummed up the works. >> she has come on the national scene from nowhere in part by copying a tea party message, having a tea party message on the one hand gets people excited, let's listen to her campaigning, talking about all the things wrong with washington. >> i'm optimistic that we can begin the effort to turn the tide in our country, and get our country back on track, but we can't do it by spending our way to recovery and taxing
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